Are you struggling with students in your online classes staying on task? Do you find that students don't read the syllabus? Are you looking for ways to have better retention and success in the online classroom? If this is you, I get it. I have been teaching online for over a decade. Trying to keep students on task in the online space and trying to make sure that students are progressing through the course on a weekly basis can be difficult. When we add activities and engagement to our online courses, we help students stay motivated, focused, and on task. In this webinar, participants gain strategies and activities to incorporate into the online classroom that get students excited and inspired to learn. These strategies help instructors gain better student retention and outcomes.
By the end of this workshop, participants know or will be able to:
All webinar participants can obtain, at no additional cost:
Marsha Lynn Hudson is a speaker, trainer, writer, and has worked in education for more than 30 years. She has taught at the K-8 level as well as the collegiate level, teaching at institutions such as the University of Phoenix, University of Houston-Downtown, and Kingwood College. She currently works as a professor of English at Wharton County Junior College. She received an education specialist degree from Walden University, a bachelor's degree in professional writing from the University of Houston, and a master's degree in literature from the University of Houston. She is also a digital marketer and brand specialist for UH-SBDC and has been with the SBDC since 2015. She teaches entrepreneurs and educators how to grow their brand with online marketing strategies without being overwhelmed. She has written several books, including: Unleash Your Potential and Train Your Mind for Success. She is currently working on a forthcoming title, Discover Your Passion.